This report covers: • Most accurate test ever conducted! I won’t go so far as to say that the Hatsan AT44S-10 Long QE is the most accurate air rifle I’ve ever fired, because you’ve seen in recent days that I seem somewhat variable.
• Scope and mounts • Scope base design • On to the range • Airgunners…just like golfers! I refer to yesterday’s good test of the Air Arms Shamal after a pervious mediocre test. If you’re a regular blog reader, you already know that I was having a good day because the Shamal had just turned in several great groups — including one stunner that measured 0.818 inches for 10 shots at 50 yards.
His interest has expanded to include all the weaverbirds, on which he is compiling a bibliography.He served on the committee of the Northern Transvaal Ornithological Society (now Pretoria Bird Club) during 19.In 1998 Dieter took up the post of Ringing Coordinator with SAFRING.I did, and the UTG mounts fit well, though I will say that the Hatsan base is at the wide end of acceptable width.But I think I see what the reader has heard about, and I want to share it with you.In this article you will see "it appears", "I believe", ' I have found" etc.as there is very little documented information available for these models, some general, but nothing in that the depth that this article contains.SAFRING Coordinator Phone: (021) 650-2421 Email: dieter [dot] oschadleus [at] uct [dot] ac [dot] za ADU graduated: Ph D 2005Thesis: Patterns of primary moult in the weavers, Ploceidae [PDF full-thesis 5.2 MB] Dieter studied Physics at UCT, obtaining a BSc in 1987 and BSc(Hons) in 1988 (radioactivity in mussels). Dieter worked at the CSIR in Pretoria from 1990 to 1997 in the radiocarbon dating laboratory.While working he obtained an MSc in Physics (radioactive dating of Kuiseb calcretes in Namibia)., therefore the small spring loaded extractor is not representative of this model, as with the 30-30 which was the most popular with a "C" shaped stamped extractor and pivoted spring activated ejecter.In this article, I have tried to be as factual as possible, not only to help the gun owner, but to more positively identify these firearms for the poor gunsmith.